Pioneers of Artistic Vandalism


Listen in as Riff 170, Jester, Coco 144, Flint Gennari, and members of the Tats Cru reminisce about 1970’s graffiti in this 30-minute BBC program, Graffiti: Kings on a Mission.

The Rip-Off Artist



New court documents show that Jeremy Scott just can’t keep from ganking artist’s work for his own fashion designs. His latest victim… RIME.
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A History of RISK


Published by 1XRun and edited by Roger Gastman, Old Habits Die Hard is a 350 page monograph focusing on the career of West Coast graffiti legend RISK.

Buy a copy here

“Painting the Graffiti”

Watching My Name Go By, a 1976 documentary made for the BBC about NYC Graffiti.

Very Rare, SOFLES Painting in His Underwear


Directed by Selina Miles

Build Your Own Graffiti Drone


KATSU’s high-flying vandalizer ICARUS ONE goes open-source.

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Nu Liife


by Andrew Jeffrey Wright / @ajw4ever


Never-before-seen drawings by the graffiti legend are on view at Nicole Klagsburn through June 7th.

Graffiti High


A troubled high school in Queens recently decided it needed a new inspirational makeover. Who better than graffiti artists to do the job?

Photo: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork

The Non-Tech Side of San Francisco

STEEL and REYES pressing caps and spraying walls.

Video by Dylan Maddux.

Advancing Graffiti


Now that Katsu is getting a handle on drone spray, sky’s the limit.

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Always Showing Up in the Most Unlikely Places


By Emily Flake

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